Motor Learning Principles:
Motor Learning Principles
Standard 3.0 Motor Learning Principles
Students will demonstrate the ability to use motor skill principles to learn and develop proficiency through frequent practice opportunities in which skills are repeatedly performed correctly in a variety of situations.
A. Appropriate Practices
- 1. Recognize that skills will develop over time with appropriate practice and use of the correct cues.
- Show basic motor skills, using imitation, as a means for motor skill improvement.
- Demonstrate fundamental movement skills and skill themes using teacher cues for skill improvement.
B. Corrective Feedback
- 1. Identify the importance of corrective feedback on performance.
- Use verbal and visual cues to improve skill performance.
May 27, 2009